Naming Your Stage of Apprenticeship: The End of the Journey is Love

Luke 24

John Mark Comer | April 21, 2019

From Easter 2019 and Part 2 of the series, “Naming Your Stage of Apprenticeship” as part of Practicing the Way. We summarize Bernard of Clairvaux’s stage theory paradigm of love and reiterate that the end goal of the spiritual journey is love. As Paul said, “Now remain these three: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.” However, love cannot grow outside the soil of faith and hope, and our Western culture is hemorrhaging both faith (or meaning) and hope. What does the good news of Easter have to say to our cultural moment of meaninglessness and hopelessness?